(1960) Eddie Constantine, Francoise Brion, Alfred Adam, Robert Berri. American FBI agent Lemmy Caution (Eddie) arrives in France to track down a dangerous spy. This video has been ... See full summary »
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Lemmy Caution is back! He hooks up with a fellow agent at a night club to exchange info about a beautiful babe the FBI has under observation. Later, Eddie finds his fellow agent murdered ... See full summary »
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(1960) Eddie Constantine, Francoise Brion, Alfred Adam, Robert Berri. American FBI agent Lemmy Caution (Eddie) arrives in France to track down a dangerous spy. This video has been manufactured from the best quality video master currently available; audio or image quality may vary. Written by
After seeing the first half hour of LEMMY POUR LES DAMES(1961)and really finding it awful and turning it off,I said to myself to give Lemmy one more chance with COMMENT QU'ELLE EST! and he,it was not that bad at all. I can't say that it's good but at least it's watchable!
It is a general opinion that ALPHAVILLE is the best Lemmy Caution of them all,probably because of Godard.I haven't seen that film yet but I intend to.
COMMENT QU'ELLE EST! is pretty enjoyable brainless fun and Eddie Constantine is for once not completely annoying. The supporting cast is not bad,especially Andre Luguet and Robert Berri give away good performances.
But still,it's miles away from the French greats. 6/10
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